Susan C. shares her thoughts on the MEd in Literacy and Second Language Studies Program .
” I had already received my K-12 Reading Endorsement from the University of Cincinnati and decided to come back because of the positive previous experience with the college. The MEd. in Literacy and Second Language Studies program will not only give me more experience but more monetary benefits in my career.”
Jill A. reflects on how the Literacy and Second Language program has helped her professionally
“When I look back on my masters degree, it is one of my favorite educational experiences that I have had in my life. My degree has helped immensely, giving me a plethora of teaching experience at the community and academic level. I have been able to teach for almost seven years at UC and I would not have been able to without this degree.”
PaMela G. Pivoted Her Previous Career with A TESOL Concentration in the MEd in LSLS program
“In 2018, I chose to transition my marketing communications and corporate training career to something I felt was a better fit for my interests. I love cultural experiences and the training aspect of my roles. I taught English as a Foreign Language (EFL) to Chinese students, and it was super fun. UC’s online program was just what I was looking for to make the transition, as my master’s in marketing communications and my training experience wasn’t enough for teaching roles.”
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The promotion of literacy and language education is one of the great callings! Fewer missions are more effective than teaching people to read and communicate. Some of the professional opportunities for MEd LSLS graduates are:
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In a society in which employment and economic advancement increasingly depend on more developed and specialized skills, the handicap of illiteracy can only grow more severe. Here is why you should receive your MEd LSLS degree with UC online:
You have the option to provide an original copy of scores taken within five years of the date of application. GRE scores are optional for admission to the Master’s degree program but are highly recommended to strengthen applications that may be weak in other areas. For example, applicants with less than a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 should include GRE scores with their application.
To ensure we receive the scores, both the university and the program to which scores are sent should be indicated on the order form. The code for the University of Cincinnati is 1833. You will then be prompted to select the program to which your scores are to be sent. Information on the procedures for taking the Graduate Record Examination can be obtained from http://www.ets.org/gre.
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The Graduate Record Examination is offered regularly on the University of Cincinnati’s campus:
100 University Pavilion, 2618 McMicken Circle
Cincinnati, OH 45221
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